Delhi Day Tour


1 days




Delhi, the capital of India, blends past and present vividly. The city has seen the rise and fall of so many dynasties that reference has often been made to the “Seven cities of Delhi.”

Legend has it that Delhi was founded as early as 1200 BC by the Pandavas, heroes of the Indian religious epic, the Mahabharata. History is everywhere, and the past is always present. The altitude of Delhi is 239 meters above sea level.

The city is divided into Old and New Delhi, and each has its distinct character. Old Delhi’s streets are crowded even by Indian standards, but it is vibrant with smells and colors, and many historic monuments. New Delhi is more spacious and orderly. It was planned by British architects in the early 20th century when the capital was moved from Calcutta (Kolkata). Connaught Place and Janpethh, the city’s main shopping and business districts, are situated here.


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  • Car Driver

Tour Plan

Morning Red Fort
Start your day by visiting the iconic Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the massive fort complex, stroll through its beautiful gardens, and admire the stunning architecture. Don’t miss the Sound and Light Show held in the evening if you’re interested.
2 Jama Masjid
From Red Fort, head to Jama Masjid, one of the largest and most significant mosques in India. Marvel at its grandeur, climb the minaret for panoramic views of Old Delhi, and experience the peaceful ambiance.
3 Chandni Chowk
Explore Chandni Chowk, one of the oldest and busiest markets in Delhi. Take a rickshaw ride through the narrow lanes, savor delicious street food, shop for traditional Indian clothes, jewelry, spices, and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere.
4 Paranthe Wali Gali
Indulge in a famous Delhi specialty—paranthas (stuffed flatbreads) at Paranthe Wali Gali in Chandni Chowk. This street is renowned for its variety of mouthwatering paranthas served with a variety of accompaniments.
Afternoon Humayun's Tomb
Visit Humayun’s Tomb, a magnificent mausoleum and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the stunning architecture, serene gardens, and learn about its historical significance.
6 India Gate
Proceed to India Gate, a prominent landmark and a war memorial dedicated to Indian soldiers. Take a leisurely stroll around the area, enjoy the atmosphere, and pay your respects to the soldiers.
7 Qutub Minar
Head to Qutub Minar, the tallest brick minaret in the world and another UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the intricate carvings, explore the surrounding archaeological complex, and visit the nearby Iron Pillar, known for its rust-free iron composition.
Evening Akshardham Temple
Visit Akshardham Temple, a stunning Hindu temple complex known for its intricate architecture and cultural exhibits. Witness the mesmerizing musical fountain show and explore the exhibitions showcasing India’s ancient traditions and values.
9 Dilli Haat
End your day at Dilli Haat, a vibrant open-air craft and food market. Shop for traditional handicrafts, textiles, and indulge in regional cuisines from different states of India.

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